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LinkBypasser++ released!

If you are one of those people that dislike clicking on redirect links which you don’t know were they will actually take you then I have the solution for you.

I’ve created LinkBypasser++ for the sole reason of finding out where the links redirect to before clicking them since it’s common practice to use those links to redirect people to malicious websites without them being suspicious of it.

The program currently supports the following domains:

  • adf.ly
  • tiny.cc
  • goo.gl
  • bit.ly
  • owl.li
  • ow.ly
  • fb.me
  • up.ht
  • reut.rs
  • lnk.co
  • t.co

I will gladly add more on request, assuming it is possible to bypass that particular domain.

One of the main features of the program is that it’s possible to make it auto detect such redirection links upon copying the link from somewhere and placing in it’s place the direct link instead without needing to interact with the program at all, or to just do that manually yourself, it’s your choice.

LinkBypasser++ main window
LinkBypasser++ option window

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9 Responses to LinkBypasser++ released!

  1. Hafiz Aarif says:

    Sir Currently I am working on a project That Is Similar To Connectify Dispatch. But I am not able to make a graphical speedometer for it plz help me out
    Secondly how can I store bytes sent and recieved by a particular interface say ethernet unless it’s not rested by user..

  2. Spud says:

    What is the name of this theme from DevExpress?

    • CooLMinE says:

      If I recall correctly this was a modified version of the Darkroom theme.

      • Spud says:

        Thank you! really nice tool you made, i love your work. Will you ever include the sourceCode? I’m currently learning vb.net

        • CooLMinE says:

          Thank you, I appreciate it.

          The plan is to release the source code through GitHub for all the projects that I am hosting here. I just need to find the time to properly comment and clean up the code for some of the older projects (like this one), as well as write the documentation where it is needed.

  3. CooLMinE says:

    This application (along with a lot of others we have created) use the themes from the DevExpress Suite.

  4. xLittle says:

    How to create a Form that style?

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